Roman Empire, Uncertain Germanic Tribes. Gold Fourree imitation of an aureus,, uncertain emperor and mint (late 3rd century AD)

Description
Roman Empire, Uncertain Germanic Tribes. Gold Fourree imitation of an aureus,, uncertain emperor and mint (late 3rd century AD)
Ungraded

Uncertain Germanic (Gothic?) Tribes, Pseudo-Imperial coinage. Late 3rd century. fourree 'Aureus' .

Obv: Grabled letters imitating Roman legend - Laureate and cuirassed imperial bust to left.
Rev. Grabled letters imitating Roman legend- Roma (?) seated left on throne, holding Victory (?) in her right and long scepter in left hand, OSOX in exergue.

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weight: 2.49 g
diameter: 19mm
Colour: gold / red / green
Ex-private collection

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Lot details
Culture/region
Roman Empire, Uncertain Germanic Tribes
Metal
Gold
Denomination
Fourree imitation of an aureus,
Year/Period and Variation
uncertain emperor and mint (late 3rd century AD)
Condition
Ungraded
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